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08 May 2021 Council News

Elected Candidates for Blyth Town Council

✅ YOUR NEW ELECTED TOWN COUNCILLORS ✅

 

Congratulations to all 16 elected candidates for Blyth Town Council. The official vote results can be viewed on NCC’s website.

 

Cowpen Ward - Aileen Barrass, Brian Erskine

 

Croft Ward -  Kathleen (Kath) Nisbet, Margaret Richardson

 

Isabella Ward - Anna Watson, John Potts

 

Kitty Brewster Ward - James Grant Davey, Susan Davey

 

Newsham Ward - Clifford (Cliff) Humphrey, Martin Robson

 

Plessey Ward - Jeff Reid, Sandra Stanger

 

South Blyth Ward - Daniel James Carr, Caitlin Elizabeth Jones

 

Wensleydale Ward - Adrian Cartie, Warren Taylor

 

Official notices of election can be viewed here - https://www.northumberland.gov.uk/elections.aspx


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    06 May 2021 Council News

    Top Tips for Polling Day

    It’s election day, and polling stations are open from 7.00 am - 10.00 pm.

    Remember to bring your face covering with you when you head out to have your say.

    You’ll need to wear it inside the polling station, unless you’re exempt.
     

    Top Tips for Polling Day


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    05 May 2021 Council News

    Final preparations underway for local elections

    Northumberland County Council Article:

     

    With just a few days to go until the local government and Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner elections, preparations are being finalised to ensure that voting is safe for both residents and staff. 
     

    On election day, Thursday May 6, 227 polling stations will be open across every corner of the county and polls will be open as usual from 7am - 10pm. 


    Voting in person will be different this year with polling stations following the covid secure rules seen across shops and other indoor locations during the pandemic. 


    This will include voters wearing masks, using hand sanitiser, social distancing and staff making sure items touched in the polling booths are cleaned. 


    Staff will also be taking the necessary precautions to keep safe and have received additional training to help advise and support voters. 

     

    Voters are encouraged to bring their own masks and pen or pencil on the day to reduce wastage, however, for those that need them they will be available. 


    Some polling stations have had to change due to previous locations being unsuitable during the pandemic and so voters are being asked to check their poll cards to make sure they know where their polling station is. 


    Those who find themselves self-isolating or with possible coronavirus symptoms must not visit a polling station. This year an emergency proxy vote has been introduced where you can get someone you know and trust to vote on your behalf. This vote can be accessed up to 5pm on polling day by filling out the form at https://nland.uk/proxyvote  and emailing it to elections@northumberland.gov.uk  


    Kelly Angus, Returning Officer and Deputy Chief Executive of Northumberland County Council said: “Our priority is that people will be able to exercise their democratic right to vote in a safe environment and we are taking all the steps needed to make sure voters feel safe and comfortable voting in person. 


    “People will by now be familiar with the precautions we must all take to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and our polling stations will be no different.” 


    The vote counting will take place at Blyth Sports Centre. The votes for the county council elections will take place after close of poll and throughout Thursday night. The votes for Police and Crime Commissioner will be counted on Friday 7th and the town and parish council votes will be counted on Saturday 8th. 


    The result of the elections will be announced on the Northumberland County Council website www.northumberland.gov.uk, Facebook page: facebook.com/ northumberlandCC  - and twitter account: twitter.com/N_LandCouncil 

     


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    27 April 2021 Council News

    Notice of Poll

    A poll for the election of Parish Councillors for Blyth (all 8 wards) will be held on Thursday 6 May 2021, between the hours of 7.00 am and 10.00 pm.

     

    All polling notices are available to view below for each ward.

     

    The situation of Polling Stations and the description of persons entitled to vote thereat are listed on each notice.

     

     

    Cowpen Ward (Opens in a new window)

     

    Croft Ward (Opens in a new window)

     

    Isabella Ward (Opens in a new window)

     

    Kitty Brewster Ward (Opens in a new window)

     

    Newsham Ward (Opens in a new window)

     

    Plessey Ward (Opens in a new window)

     

    South Blyth Ward (Opens in a new window)

     

    Wensleydale Ward (Opens in a new window)

     


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